LOUISIANA BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME

DALE BROWN
Louisiana State University
Coach 1972-97
Inducted 2005

Brown won 448 games and lost 301 during his 25 seasons at LSU, for a 59.8% career winning percentage.  He ended his career as the winningest coach in LSU history and second in regular season wins in Southeastern Conference history.  He led LSU to two NCAA Final Fours (1981 and 1986), two other NCAA Tournament regional finals, four SEC regular season championships, one SEC Tournament championship, 13 NCAA Tournament appearances and two NIT appearances.  He was the National Coach of the Year in 1981 and was a four-time SEC Coach of the Year, seven-time Louisiana Coach of the Year and four-time NABC District Coach of the Year.  He posted ten 20-win seasons, including seasons of 31-5, 26-6, 26-12, 24-15, 23-6 and 23-9.  He is a member of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.  He was a charter member of the LABC, was selected by the LABC as Mr. Louisiana Basketball in 1988 and received the LABC's inaugural Don Landry Award in 1998.

College Record

   

SCHOOL

SEASON

RECORD

PCT

LSU

1972-73

LSU

1973-74

LSU

1974-75

LSU

1975-76

LSU

1976-77

LSU

1977-78

LSU

1978-79

LSU

1979-80

LSU

1980-81

LSU

1981-82

LSU

1982-83

LSU

1983-84

LSU

1984-85

LSU

1985-86

LSU

1986-87

LSU

1987-88

LSU

1988-89

LSU

1989-90

LSU

1990-91

LSU

1991-92

LSU

1992-93

LSU

1993-94

LSU

1994-95

LSU

1995-96

LSU

1996-97

Totals

25

448-301

59.8%

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